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Police today confirmed eleven people were caught up in the attack, including two who were said to be disabled, and one of them - a man - has since died.His mother and other relatives still live in Weston-super-Mare and his sister last night said she is 'sorry for what's happened.'Speaking after the attack, his mother Christine said that she had not seen her son in about one month and described him as being a 'complex' person. It has also been revealed that Osborne split from his partner Sarah Andrews, 42, six months ago.Peter Mackuin, 53 told The Sun: 'Around two weeks ago I saw him and he was a right state.I saw him wandering out of the woods.''He looked like he'd been crying. His missus had been out looking for him as he had been gone all day after a blazing row'.It is alleged that the terror suspect - who was not known to police and MI5 - hired an £80-a-day van from South Wales before driving to the Muslim Welfare House in north London.There, he is accused of mounting the pavement just yards from the Finsbury Park Mosque and mowing down a group of British Muslims.His sister Nicola, 50, said she cannot bear to watch the videos of his arrest in the aftermath of the attack, adding: 'He’s not political. I’ve never heard him say anything about Muslims or anything racist'.
He's always shouting the odds if anyone disagrees with him.' Osborne, a jobless mechanic, was said to have consumed with hate after the London Bridge terror attack and reportedly began living in a tent in woodland for two weeks after splitting with the mother of his four children Sarah Andrews, 42, six months ago.He had been restrained by about three people.‘A group of people quickly began to collect around the assailant, and some tried to hit him, either kicks or punches.‘By God’s grace we managed to surround him and protect him from any harm.We stopped all forms of attack and abuse that were coming from every angle.’Mr Mahmoud said the attacker seemed ‘calm’ but was heard to say: ‘I did my bit.’ His neighbours said he is a 'devoted father' who was last seen taking his children to school on Friday - but admitted that he was 'troubled'.Today it was revealed that the father-of-four had split from the mother of his children Sarah Andrews, 42, six months ago, and was living in a tent in some South Wales woodland.Friends have described him as a 'bloody psycho' who had a reputation for drunken fights.
Taking charge, the 30-year-old religious leader shouted: ‘No one touch him – no one! ’He said last night: ‘We managed to extinguish any flames of anger or mob rule.